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're finished here. don't get up. i got it. you're busy. continue. you know what my team is doing right now? no. they're trying to figure out what's wrong with me. what's wrong with you? thanks for asking. they found out that i'm dying. that's sad. everyone's dying. that's sad. meteor lands on my head tomorrow, it's all academic. i told them to leave me alone, but did they? d-did they? no, that one was rhetorical. oh. no, they did not. what the hell were you before you hit your head? hell is a bad word. so's ass and bitch. i could probably rattle off 50 much more complicated and disgusting ones, but then your dad would get pissed at me. do you like your life? what life? your life. playing the piano, going on tour. scoring girls left and right. i don't like girls. boys. whatever gets you off. i like the piano. what's wrong? dr. peter hayes? this is eric foreman at princeton plainsboro. you're doing a signal transduction inhibitor clinical trial. what kind of results have you been-- transduction inhibitors are a decade away. bye, pete! they've got another trial going on at duke. 15% extend their
into the emergency room with flu you like symptoms and they don't have the facilities to treat them all. and they want to keep distance between patients that don't have the flu. if people are severe is they bring them into the hospital but you if they are not severely ill with the flu they bring them outside to the mobile surge tent. >> the capacity was overwhelming. not only weren't patients being seen but also patients -- not only with patients being seen but a bed to be admitted. this s to decrease those who have milder flu symptoms we can see them and treat them and discharge them effectively and efficiently from the tent. >> pennsylvania is one of many states where the flu cases seem to be rising. 4300 of the 11,000 cases in pennsylvania occurred in the last week and 18 of the 22 deaths also in the last week. everyone sen couraged here to get the flu vaccine. it is well matched to the current strain. said to be 62% effective by the cdc. if your symptoms are mild, you don't necessarily need to go to the hospital. >> if you are are sick, please stay at home. if you -- please use prop
. [ bell ringing ] >> neil: as if i don't have enough to do, fresh from the cliff and your super hero is about to save america. while washington says on we are tapped out, don't buy it because your friendly neighborhood super hero and today i have the numbers to prove it. i'm neil cavuto and there is no denying when it comes to number crunching democrats and republicans often point to the numbers put out by these guys. >> about 24 hours after i spoke the congressional budget office released a report? >> according to the congressional budget office. >> take it from me, that is what the congressional budget office told us. >> neil: so, if that be the case why are members ignoring these numbers from the congressional budget office? they are right out there, put out by the cbo putting out for everyone to read. like reduce funding for non-defense agency by 1% annually and you save 932 million. you slash the growth in funding for the department of defense by 1% and you save another $862 billion. we're not cutting or slashing anything. we're curbing go the growth. how about this. raise the e
, no one would be able to say that they were okay without sharp reprisal. the fact that we don't say these things out loud and we don't see that out loud regularly is really the only reason that i can understand that they don't get taken care of covetousness, change, he falls, and that was my kind of participation in occupy, to find these things together, to find this a team together and find a way to make change together. i will then echo what was said prior to me that nothing went horribly wrong. nothing in diet, and that all of these types of movements take a long time. and if you are particularly patient and particularly grounded i think in activism then you take a 20 year view and a 100 year view and if you are really good you realize your lifetime doesn't matter particularly much and you think that is mere few. there are a number of people that first level often occupy that are willing to do that. >> thank you so much. let's hear your perspective. >> in terms of why occupied a rose i don't have much to add, but i think that something dramatic has happened in the last 15 years o
. this is the first time they publicly reached out to the nra. they will meet tomorrow, but don't expect wayne la pierre to be there. they are sending a representative in his place. biden will release a statement here with us for the first time in 2013, howard fineman, director of the "huffington post" media group. welcome back to the show. first of all -- we have got the news of the pending white house meeting with the nra with representatives and we don't know the details yet. am i right to be cynical that the white house has to look like they are reaching out and look like they are receptive to it and neither wants to be talking to the another. other. >> that will be about the most insigne seer hand shake. wayne la pierre won't be there. it's possible that they are out here and looking for someone right now. >> howard, i do know. it's going to be james l. baker who was a 30-year vet, former executive director of the nra. we do know. >> good. the symbolism is still such that there is no deal with the nra unless wayne la pierre is in the room and there is no deal regardless i don't think. even t
written by anonymous christians somewhere, i don't know, between 90-100 and that jesus himself would have been born sometime around 0, that's a lot of room to begin looking to the bible for ideas to express what you think is religioussy important about jesus and that's why i would look at these -- but i think mary was home in nazareth when she had jesus, i don't think she was in bethlehem. >> well, let's go to the basics, first of all, the year. was it not four years before a.d. started? >> well, a.d. starts as a medieval convention. jesus, if he's born -- this is one of the chronological differences between the gospels. if harrod is alive as he has to be from matthew's birth narrative to work we know that harrod died in minus 4. if there is a tax which happens when corinius is the liggot of syria as luke says, we know that a tax that happened in plus 6. so you have to pick where you want, matthew and luke named different points. >> is there an abundance of evidence forthcoming from archeology and other sources that will settle all of these matters, do you think, upcoming? >> well, it's h
>> listen to what happened. they asked us -- the folks at "good housekeeping" said why don't you come into our studio labs where we test everything, skin and what not, and we're going to do this segment called seven years younger. >> "good housekeeping" institute. >> they put us in hyperbaric chambers. they took close-up pictures of our face to check for wrinkles. don't say anything. pores. >> >> i prefer you with the hair. >> pores, et cetera. they took photos of us, and then they got inside and looked at our problem with dark spots and wrinkles and pores and everything. >> some of us had those problems. >> don't reveal, because it was the most depressing day. >> for someone. >> i wish that i didn't even go. we're going to do an entire segment describing not, again, with the photo, but describing what happened and how we can correct such problems. i can't believe. i got to tell you. they compare us to people in our own age group. >> that's where it really got ugly. >> with our own skin types. >> i am so in a funk after that. >> i actually think you ended up doing quite well. i'm
. cbc with platelets, chem panel, thyroid and adrenal function tests. for what? i don't know. (foreman) raise your left hand. that's your right hand. what are you looking for? just wanna make sure whatever happened doesn't happen again. push up. push up. he repeats what people say. it's a compensation mechanism. he knows he's supposed to say something, so he repeats what he just heard. that's good, shows he's engaged. spine's okay. all right. now stick out your tongue like this, copy me. you have a big tongue. [laughter] i know, it's funny, but copy me. [grunts] [soft grunt] there was construction on radcliff. so i had to get out of the car and, and walk in high heels for over a mile. radcliff? what was the cross street? does it matter? i don't know, i'm not the one who brought it up. tie this off. nice and tight. does this have anything to do with my foot? you have a blister. you don't waste a doctor's time with a blister. you waste a doctor's time with more important things. like the sewer that's being vented out of your mouth. my breath? if you could stop doing that, we'd all be gra
there is no single answer. and quite frankly, we don't even know whether some of the things people think impact on this actually impact on it or not. and so i want you to know you have not been, quote, singled out for help. >> over the past two weeks, the vice president's team has met with dozens of organizations and groups from around the country from a wide range of interests. the law enforcement community, the medical community, the child advocacy at risk youth groups have been involved, domestic violence and prevention community was in there, also legal justice and service organizations, religious groups and organization, education leaders, the mental health community, gun owners and sportsmen were included, gun safety advocates, technology experts. the vice president is taking recommendations from all groups. there is common ground on this issue from all sides. for instance, even nra members overwhelmingly support changes to background check laws. 74% want everyone purchasing a gun permit to undergo a background check with no loopholes. this is from republicans pollster frank luntz, and wa
of these guys? boo-boos. don't call you know who. >> it is time to call the real boo-boo. >> i want to win money! i got to make me honey boo-boo. >> welcome everybody. i'm neil cavuto. hardie and hanse, listen and learn. while you're going for broke, honey boob's mom is playing it safe, socking away all of her kids' cash in the trust found that cannot be touched until they turn 21. and in the meantime, clipping coupons and living off sugar bear's salary. sugar bear is honey boo-boo's dad in case you're wondering. she said, want my kids to lock back and say, mama played it mart. not like all those other reality tv people. >> not like all those reality tv people indeed. not about to risk her kid's future. that is what got star parker asking washington, why the heck are you risking ours? you know, i think this is the mayan moment we missed. it had nothing to do with the world blowing up, but boo-boo's mom figuring out the way. what say you? >> i say, isn't it interesting when it's your own money, when it's your children's future, you absolutely get a little bit of insight into what reality looks li
'll get to city on tv too. >> then i got a call from my ex-husband, so i don't know what that means. >> that's really exciting as nischelle mentioned, nominated in every major category which is such a big victory already. for a small movie. you know, in some ways. >> yes, yes. i'm so happy, for david o. russell. i think he is differ i know genius is an overused word but i've seen david o. russell. he's an amazing director. for me to work with that icon, mr. de niro, was like amazing. >> do you work on your speech? are you already drafting it out, the big major outline? >> honestly. >> the pressure is on. >> yeah. how did that work? >> i do know that you don't get out a piece of paper. they know for a fact millions of people turn the tv on to another channel as soon as you get out a piece of paper. so you have to try to be as spontaneous as possible without reading it out and trust yourself not to forget people. it's kind of hard to give a scripted speech and sometimes they can be really dull. i have seen what makes them interesting and lively. >> jacki, you should thank your ex-husb
was to the left of tim geithner. he is there to execute the obama tax hike don't reform entitlements policy. >> that is a greaeat point. >> he is there to stabilize the debt. >> this is not a centerist appointment. th mr. geithner, i believe he was a centerist. >> why is he a financial market guy? >> he grew up as a banker. what about larry fink, he is a democrat and well respected by everyone. >> i have a list here. >> jamie diamond. ken chenault. >> you need someone who understands the fiscal books at a time like this. >> we disagree. we don't need someone who understands the books, we need someone who understands where we should go and where those books should take us. and i don't think he does. i don't think they understand fiscal policy better than jack lou. he got you guys a surplus back in the 90s. >> all established people in financial markets all distinguished people who command the respect of not only around here in the new york area but the whole g-20. this is going to be a bad mistake. it may be the haegle of the justice department. >> i'm not sure why you are discounting the fa
. >> you ready? >> i am. i'm ready. ready to -- i don't know. i'm ready. >> you ready? >> i'm ready. i might -- i don't know. we'll see how i feel. no, i'll be here. >> okay. >> don't worry. >>> let's talk about boeing and the dreamliner. more news on the front page of many papers today. lots of continued problems including this one -- japan's all nippon airways canceled a boeing 787 dreamliner flight scheduled to flight from western japan to tokyo today. the airline citing brake problems. and this add to a series of setbacks for the aircraft this week. yesterday a fuel leak forced another 787 operated by japan airlines to cancel takeoff at boston's logan airport. and on monday, there was an electrical fire on another 787 after a japan airlines flight to boston from tokyo got -- caught fire. boeing's asian customers are rallying behind the planemaker, arguing the incidents are glitches that can happen to new planes. the customers say they have no plans to scale back or cancel orders for the aircraft, but maybe we can take a look at the stock. you can see it's kind of hit over the past
sheets. >> china looking better, europe not as bad. >> you're, i don't know about that. >> well, we call this the economy in a coma. basically without these trillions of dollars of stimulus, we would be in a downturn, in a depression because we also have 42 trillion in private debt, the greatest debt bubble in history and that needs to unwind. basically ben bernanke and the economists are just saying we're just not going to let this slowdown happen. we're not going to let the debt de-leverage. if you don't let the debt de-leverage or restructure japan, the same thing japan has done, quantitative easing forever, you never come out of this because the debt keeps weighing on the economy so not only do you have slowing demographics. we've got a 200 to 300-pound weight on our back and you can't run very fast. we get 2% growth with massive life support. we're in the emergency room on life support only because of this trillions of dollars of stimulus. i guarantee -- >> what's the catalyst? >> you take away this stimulus for one year, and this economy dies. >> harry, stay right there. want to ge
, what they think they know because someone told them what they don't know what all. the other difficulty about writing about the recent past is that it's not always easy to establish the past. the past that is so close to us. and yet, this is. to take apart, or commonsense view of the recent past and to interrogate what we think we know. to demystify a comedy mythologize, to move beyond the clichÉ about winners and losers and saints and sinners and the wisdom and encourage of our forefathers, especially those of the greatest generation. our job as historians. grounded in evidence. the life of joseph p. kennedy was, for me, a sort of anti-fun house mirror. which, if i looked at it long enough, would reflect back to me often a hazy and indistinct, distorted forms, images of the things and people and places which organized and arranged and told the story of 20th century america. i was a colleague of arthur's lessons are in the city of new york. i had used a treasure trove of material is that jean kennedy smith's daughter, who is writing letters from her father to her aunt and uncles, and i
and played -- i don't know. it was bad. >> i really went to bed. >> if i didn't stay up the previous night -- >> i know. >> you didn't stay up for it? >> i did not. and if i didn't stay up to that, i'm not staying up for some football game, i'll tell you that. >> my soap opera boys who are here. >> i was thinking about you watching the -- because we hadn't seen the actual end of season two. and i was thinking about what you're missing. there's no way you should not be watching it. >> eventually i will watch it. >> there are. >> i can watch the one that's on. i need to watch it when i -- it's like the new way people view. when you can, when you get a chance. >> did you see that michelle caruso cabrera has the third season on dvd? >> she gave me my soap. >> she did? >> she did. >> she came over the other day. you weren't there at the time, but she was going to show them off. >> yeah. >> let's start with the markets this morning, as well. the s&p retreating from a five-year high yesterday. the stocks finished the session off their lows. u.s. equities are indicated a little weaker. dow futures
vice president biden to finally move this debt and the fiscal cliff issue forward. i don't think he does have the kind of respectful valuation from republicans that you would like to see in the secretary of treasury. >> senator sessions, thanks very much for sharing your shoes. it will be a lively process to be sure. i think chuck hegel's will be the next to be the defense secretary. we will see what happens with john brennan and john kerry to be the next secretary of state. we will be having much more extensive coverage of this later today at 4:00 p.m. in "the situation room." thanks very much for watching. brooke baldwin continues our coverage right now. >> wolf, thank you. the worst flu season in three years rocks the country. doctor sanjay gupta joins me live on what to expect over the next month. i'm brooke baldwin. the news is now. showdown at the white house. find out what happens when joe biden meets the nra and movie execs about gun control. plus one group wants to see pictures of osama bin laden's body. now a court is hearing its case against the president. and -- >> the n
can't nail him, if there's just suspicion, i don't think you should dock him, obviously. >> no. there's a cloud around everybody. we do have to figure out what to do. now you've got the all-time home run king, all-time hit king, a guy who won seven cy youngs in roger clemens will probably never be in the hall of fame. a guy like mark mcgwire. >> put it on the plaque. put it on the plaque. >> no, no plaque. no nothing because they aren't. >> the steroids era. >> there you go. >> first of all, that would be the biggest construction project in the history of cooperstown. >> true. good point. >> because the game was replete with steroids for a period of perhaps as many as 20 years. but certainly for 10 to 15 years. just put it on the plaque with bonds and clemens. here's what happened with them. here's what they admitted. here's what they were charged with. whatever. put it on the plaque. >> you know what my problem is, though? and maybe this is personal with me. i was born in atlanta, georgia. i grew up, hank aaron was my idol. hank aaron was a remarkable man, decent, humble, mobile, ala
victims in this case. >> to run back to one of your points, we don't know if the shooting happened on campus and in one of the classrooms or nearby. this happened as you mentioned with the shooter, we don't know if he was a student. >> i think that's an important point to make. early reports, we know that it's a shooting at taft union high school. we are trying to sift through to understand whether it happened in the school itself or whether it happened outside the school. we can confirm that there victims in this case and the police department -- >> injuries. thank goodness. nothing worse than that. let us know if you find out more. >> we will. >> happening now, the most controversial here and perhaps confrontational meeting, joe biden will have as his task force figures out what it do to curb gun violence. here he was. vice president and his group talking with the national rifle association representatives. that is happening right now at the white house as i speak. earlier he talked with sports men and hunter groups and all of this talking according to the vice president he said
executive action if you're ever going to do it it, maybe now would be the time. >> alisyn: i don't think you need to. >> tucker: what you don't want if you're the president is to have a national debate on the subject because there's no evidence, never been any evidence, i mean data evidence, social science that shows at that guns control reduces crime. if you would get it through congress you would have adults talking about it in public and that's messy and unfortunate and difficult. >> what we want. >> tucker: it's easier to force through on executive order. >> alisyn: we shall see if that's what their plan is and we'll talk more about what the center for american progress proposed. you know the story of the journal news, at that published the names and addresses legal gun owners our own judge jeanine pirro was on that list, last night on her show, she just-- well, first what she did was send one of other producers to the journal news to try to get answers for why they did this. let's see what happened when the producer showed up. >> why won't you talk to us? can you tell me why you guys re
to me, a lot to you. >> but when you look at the federal debt, maybe not a lot? >> i don't know. i don't know. and you know what? i don't know -- i don't know how big -- >> but at the beginning of the year, you always see a big -- >> and because everything is always contrainan in the stock market and because people rush in at top, i don't necessarily want it to be really big because if it's really big, people are getting ready to -- so i don't know whether it is big. >> you would also think that people would look at this as the prospects for lows on the interest rates. they would say the bond market isn't where i want to be so i'm going to go out on the risk spectrum a little bit. >> i'm still looking in terms of the earlier numbers. >>> let's get to the top corporate story of the morning. it is boeing. phil lebeau is+++j™n dreamliner. the review is likely to include a study of the design and electrical portions of the plane. we will bring you all that news at 9:00. it's 9:30. there it is. phil will join us from d.c. with more in the next half hour. we'll take a look at boeing shares
by bringing dr. king's bible to this inauguration. even if you choose not to be ininvolved, at least don't be ungrateful. thanks for watching. i'm al sharpton, "hardball" starts right now. >> hi noon on gun control. let's play "hardball." >>> let me start with this, new school shooting in california that's left a 16-year-old in critical condition. the national rifle association meeting with vice president's task force today cried when he called restrictions on lawful gun owners, tax-paying, working hard mirns and even being honest have to do with this country's failure to keep fast-firing, high capacity guns from the hands of the mentally or emotionally disturbed. if we can't do that woult arousing the call to arms the nra. those who want to keep the scariest guns from the scariest people? or those who want to make it easy as possible for the scariest people to get the scariest guns. what side are you on, mr. and mrs. america? we begin with governor dan maloy of connecticut. governor, thank you so much. >> talk about it, what it means to be the governor of a state that saw the newtown ho
with this administration. first of all on what would make a difference. we don't think a ban on so-called assault weapons which hasn't worked in the past will work this time. >> one of the major pieces the vice president appears to be focused on is not the assault weapons ban but background checks. >> there's a surprising -- so far, a surprising recurrence of suggestions that we have universal background checks. not just close the gun show loophole but total universal background checks, including private sales. >> and the "washington post" reports today the white house is at least considering an nra proposal to fund police in schools, that's something now being pushed by democratic senator barbara boxer. i want to bring in "washington post" columnist ruth marcus and ryan grim. good to see you both. >> good morning. >> the nra said and i'm quoting here, we were disappointed with how little this meeting had to do with keeping our children safe and how much it had to do with an agenda to attack the second amendment. ruth, nobody thought the nra would come out of this meeting and say we've totally changed ou
. most americans agree that these high-magazines, these magazines of 30 shots don't make any sense. no one is juzing them in deer hunting, i can assure you. so let's do those things that we can have a common agreement, that make common sense that most americans agree on. >> let's hear from the vice president. here he is today holding hearings and meeting with women gun owners and the nra and, tonight, with the entertainment industry. this morning, he said he'll have proposals by next tuesday. let's hear what he had to say. joe biden. >> there's a real, very tight window to do this. i committed to him i'd have these recommendations to them by tuesday. it doesn't mean it's the end of the discussion, but the public wants us to act. >> the v.p. also hinted at the consensus he's found in previous meetings. educators and gun safety advocates. here's what he talked about. >> there is a surprising, so far, a surprising recurrence of suggestions that we have universal background checks. not just close the gun, show a loophole but total universal background checks. there's also a good deal o
us that change can come if you don't give up. that is the conviction we must carry now in our hearts. >> this week, we learned that the inaugural prayer will be delivered by medgar evars. these are powerful similar bombs, strong statements about america's struggle towards justice. we should all remember when we see the advancements of african americans or latinos or women or whomever have been shut out and had doors closed. those doors will open because others pay the price, others sacrifice, yes, some even gave their lives. we must never forget that it was not your abilities alone, but it was those that paid a price. so that your abilities would even be considered. that's a potent message the president does by bringing dr. king's bible to this inauguration. even if you choose not to be ininvolved, at least don't be ungrateful. thanks for watching. i'm al sharpton, "hardball" starts right now. >> hi noon on gun control. let's play "hardball." >>> let me start with this, new school shooting in california that's left a 16-year-old in critical condition. the national rifle associ
what, 22, 23? i don't know that's ever the answer. >> look, we all had -- most of us had in college had our wild nights or whatever. >> not me. >> whatever. we've all been there. i can't imagine you throw guns into that mix. you don't have to be in college for things to become irresponsible. but it doesn't help when you're that young and college is a crazy time for folks. so we will see. the debate is far from over. >>> three days of preliminary hearings have wrapped up in the case of james holmes. witnesses say holmes showed some emotion for the first time in court yesterday. they say he smirked as disturbing self-portraits were revealed by prosecutors. >>> and former penn state football coach jerry sandusky faces a new court hearing today. his lawyers want a new trial. they claim they didn't have enough time to prepare for trial because prosecutors gave them a flood of material at the last minute. he was convicted on 45 counts last june and serving 30 to 60 years in state prison. >> the judge can rule from the bench or issue a written statement or written decision later. but nothi
shutdown? >> i helped close the government twice. i think that is a dead loser. >> hopefully we don't get to that point. >> a place for politics. >> well, i got 98% of what i wanted. i'm pretty happy. >> the republican party losing streak continued today as a new poll shows that republicans also lost in the public perception of the fiscal cliff negotiations. "the was post" shows that 30% approve the way house speaker john boehner handled fiscal cliff negotiations, 56% don't approve, 53% approve the way president obama handled negotiations. 40% disapprove. today, chris christie continued his campaign against house republicans. >> we look forward to what we hope will be quick congressional action on a full, clean, sandy-aid bill now. now, next week, one thing i hope that everybody in america now clearly understands, new jersey, both republicans and democrats will never stand silent when our citizens are being shortchanged. >> and let's not forget what governor chris christie said last week. >> there is only one group to blame for the continued suffering of these innocent victims. the house
disappoint a lot of folks. >> well you know what they say, if at first you don't succeed. >> today, republican governor chris christie told matt that the republican party is in trouble. >> but are you happy with the course of the republican party right now? do you think it is head understand the right direction? >> we have lost two national elections, i would say no. we're in politics to win, we need to think about doing something different. >> today, governor chris christie appeared on five morning shows and is also on the cover of this week's issue "time magazine." today, the governor gave the republicans this advice. >> what are you getting right that republicans in washington, d.c. are getting so wrong? what don't they get? >> we're compromising when we need to. i'm in divided government. i have a democratic senate and democratic assembly. so what that means is, i'm not going to get everything i want. >> here is what chris christie thinks of the tea party. >> i don't think they have had too much influence, and i think there is a lot of things -- >> you don't think that is why t
andrew cuomo? >> i'm not against gun control. i don't see civilian use for those big guns and all that. but to think that solves the problem is crazy. can't trust any politician who just proposes gun laws and goes back to sleep. the fact that a deranged person, like the one in newtown, connecticut, could still enter the school with a couple of handguns or a knife or axe. if we're not going to talk about mental health, we're not talking about the problem. >> i want to talk about mental health. i don't know if this kid could've been stopped but he was obviously mentally ill, should have been institutionalized, and i think, mark, i'm going to guess, cuomo mentioned this specifically, i hope the federal legislation deals with this too. it's got to be easier for national documentation for people with mental illness problems and for what i'll call reinstitutionalizing them. they've been out on the street for years and need to go back into the institutions, mark simone, that should be part of the change. >> absolutely, we've cut the number of institutions, the funding, all that sort of stuff
levels from top to bottom. when we talk about organizing a around a singular principal, i don't think the solution is necessarily to consolidate around existing labor movements. it is not necessarily to formulate a third party platform. the solution is to use these tools and use these bodies in order to consolidate power and to use that power to challenge the way in which decisions are made fundamentally. >> i would like to have time for questions from the audience. please go to one of the of mikes so it can be sure to hear you. i will alternate between mikes as long as we have people at them. >> do you think cooperation does not work in this country because people do not know what it means? non-cooperation, civil disobedience. >> and if not, why not? >> in this country. i believe it should work, that is the only way to help in this country, but it does not really work. >> it works, if you get the numbers. the important thing is about building numbers. and sustaining it. but it certainly works. worked in the labor movement. the problem is it destroyed all of the radical movements. i w
as well or will it just stay high now for the rest of the flu season? we don't know the answer to this. also this particular strain. it's h3n2 just appears to be a more severe strain. we've seen this before. it was severe then, it's severe now. more people having significant sickness as a result. >> every year around this time you hear two things. people saying every time i get a flu shot it makes me sick so i'm not going to get a flu shot. or they say i never get a flu shot and i'm healthy and so i'm not going to bother getting a flu shot. so as a doctor, what do you tell them? >> the flu shot is not perfect. it's about 60% effective. there's another flu virus going around not included in this shot so it's much better than nothing. it takes a couple of weeks for your immunity to build up after you get the flu shot so you're not protected right away. here's an important point and i think you and i have talked about this before. when you get a flu shot, what the body is doing is sort of ramping up the immune system. so it's recognizing that virus so that if it sees the virus again, it c
about this one and the cat. the cat is cute, but if you keep the scotty dog, then, i don't know, is there enough room for both of them? >> this is my favorite, the helicopter. >> apparently you can go online and monopoly has the voting happening on facebook and you can vote for which piece you want to get rid of and which new piece you want to have on. >> times are a-changein'. >> i don't like the shoe, i would update the shoe. >> thanks for joining us. >> "america live" starts right n now. >> megyn: fox news alert, major developments in just the past few minutes in the crucial debate over the second amendment that's playing out in washington d.c. right now. we have just learned that vice-president joe biden plans to give president obama his recommendations on ways to curb gun violence by tuesday. that's where we begin today's edition of "america live." welcome, everyone, i'm megyn kelly. this comes as the vice-president holds meetings today with sportsmen, wild life interest group, wal-mart and most notably, the national rifle association. n.r.a. meeting is scheduled to take pl
. now, the president has said initially, i want this done in january. i want it on my desk and i don't want a lot of delay, but now there's word from capitol hill, there are additional reasons to push this and fast. so, and those are what? >> well, the what is currently congress is in the process of being overloaded. the president has controversial nominees for key posts, particularly chuck hagel, that he's going to have to deal with for secretary of defense. we have the budget, we have the debt ceiling looming. we have the legislation that's basically funding the government in the be absence of a budget. we have all of these things that are coming up. the government shutdown clock is already running and all of this stuff is going on. jamming firearms legislation, anything that addresses gun control, which remains restrictions on guns remain politically unpopular, people are-- feel good about restricting access for the mentally ill, america remains mostly, and it remains daunting. >> megyn: initially we were told they were looking at everything. am some people are looking at things o
a chance to speak for himself. why all the prejudging, i don't know. >> the senate officially rejected nine cabinet nominations since 1834. the last cabinet nominee rejected by the senate was john tower, nominee for secretary of defense in 1989. >>steve: we also know he was for the iraq war but then was against the iraq war, and then said the surge would never work. then when it worked, he never admitted that it worked. >> that's right. he's been on the intelligence advisory committee of the president and the president feels very close to him. brian. >>brian: all right. thank you very much. meanwhile, let's talk a little bit about this. it's a little rehash of the fiscal cliff. shortly after that was actually passed, our friend steven moore from the "wall street journal" sat down with john boehner, speaker of the house, who was shortly -- after he sat down -- before reelected. john boehner revealed essentially the president's mind-set. john boehner kept talking about, look, mr. president, we've got a spending problem in this country. and the president said we don't have a spending problem.
million to don trump. well, dond trump has responded. with it came trump's birth certificate. and there it is, in all of its glory, donald john trump, the date, june 14th, 1946. and here's the big one. he's the son of fred trump, not the o rang tang? or is he? and by the way, donald, where is your long form birth certificate? thanks for watching. i'm al sharpton. "hardball" starts right now. >>> out of the way. obama's coming. let's play "hardball." ♪ >>> good evening. i'm chris matthews in washington. let me start tonight with this. i think we're looking at a new barack obama. you know the expression let reagan be reagan. i think we're seeing barack obama be barack obama. an in your face challenge to the right wing. he's putting in a guy who knows the lessons of vietnam and iraq and putting him out front, making him his point man as he goes into the war of hawkish republicans who count the months between wars as an unwanted time-out. who like nothing more than the next war to fight. meet barack obama two. he's going to run the way he believes to do it. i like it. i think t
, don't go to your emergency room, call your doctor first. you catch this in the first couple of days, you can get an antiviral. carl, i think today you're going to start to see hospitals delay operations, tell people to get out of the hospital. this has not yet reached epidemic proportions, but that's going to be tossed around the next couple of days. >> we're going to get shots on this desk. dr. nancy snyderman, thanks. >>> meantime, emergency rooms in milwaukee, wisconsin, have seen a surge of flulike symptoms. kevin, good morning. >> yes, at the st. francis hospital, not only here in milwaukee, it's throughout the midwest. as we heard from dr. nancy, it's across the country. this particular milwaukee area, they are actually practicing something they are referring to as diversion where so many hospitals are filled with patients suffering from flu symptoms, they are actually sending ambulances hopscotching from here to there so people get the care. we're fortunate this morning to be joined by dr. cathy shallow. i guess the first question i want to ask is is this worse than, say, the
,some -- somewhere between 3 and 8 million more will lose their homes if we don't do something. it's not in the rearview mirror, in fact, it's out in front of us. there's lots of con we think sos, obviously. first and foremost, it's the families themselves who are disrupted and taken from their homes, and it's worth just thinking about these numbers for a second. i mean, we're talking about three or four or five million more families, that's as many as 20 million more americans. why it's a problem, mike also alluded to, when you're underwater, your behavior changes. you don't spend as much money on anything. the only thing you consume more of, by the way, is health care. because under the stress, you find when you look at those numbers, that's the thing that goes up. so the costs are significant both to the family, but i'd argue to society and, obviously, to the communities in which these people live. foreclosures cost both hard dollars and soft dollars. there are property tax issues, so i say the consequences are felt by all of us. >> mr. miller, do you have anything to add to tha
finale, those who don't follow the game might ask for a timeout for an explanation. fortunately for them, our bill geist will be here to help. >> reporter: friends do you find that people at this time of year always treat you like you're invisible or some sort of space alien just because you don't know football? >> this is our goal line. we have four downs right? >> reporter: attend a free crash course for football dummies later on sunday morning. >> we can either run it or pass it for two. >> reporter: you'll be amazed at the results. so will your family, friends and coworkers. >> this is called a helmet. and the helmet fits on your head. >> osgood: rit a braver looks at the past and future of exploration by "national geographic." steve hartman shows us snow flakes that comfort and heel. faith salie struggles to create the perfect computer password and more. but first here are the headlines for this sunday morning the 13th of january 2013. today is the first anniversary of the giant cruise ship cost a concordia going aground off the rocks off tuscany. there was a mass and moments of sil
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